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DFW International Airport and Coca-Cola® Toast Opening of New Coca-Cola Entertainment Zones

BY IRVING WEEKLY STAFF

Irving, Texas. November 9, 2017

Customers at Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport will have a new experience during their travels, thanks to new interactive, all-access lounges provided by Coca-Cola.®Two Coca-Cola Entertainment Zones, called "The Bubble presented by Coca-Cola," give travelers a refreshing spot to relax and recharge before, between and after flights.

"DFW Airport is proud to collaborate with an iconic, global brand like Coca-Cola to bring this unique entertainment concept to the nearly 67 million people who travel through our airport each year," said Ken Buchanan, executive vice president of Revenue Management at DFW Airport. "The Bubble presented by Coca-Cola gives our customers two new venues to hang out, charge up and refresh during their travels."  

Travelers can visit the lounges in two of DFW Airport's newly-renovated terminals near gates A13 and E13, to enjoy entertainment and a wide array of amenities. Each Bubble features charging stations, televisions and vintage Coca-Cola decor, along with modern, comfortable seating.

"Coca-Cola is extremely proud of its partnership with DFW International Airport," said Bob Sweeney, Vice President of Sales at Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages. "The Coca-Cola Entertainment Zones will give travelers a place to enjoy our broad portfolio of brands, while offering new ways to relax in the airport."

DFW Airport named Coca-Cola its official beverage sponsor in March 2016. As one of the most recognized brands in the world, Coca-Cola brings a comprehensive package of innovative technology, dedicated operations and cooperative marketing solutions.

"DFW Airport and Coca-Cola are proud to unveil this new concept, which we believe will become a model for airport amenities and entertainment around the world," Buchanan said.   


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